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It Hit Me At The Goodwill: Remix Revival

Trying to re-figure out what has already been figured out. Let me start by confessing my sins.  I have not really read any educational/creative/non-fiction books since college. Sure, I have flipped through and googled those kinds of books, read reviews … Continue reading

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Cool. I started a blog, but am I blogging? This blog may be a little premature, late, or right on time, either way, I can’t worry about the timing or the details anymore, I just need to start blogging.  Like … Continue reading

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Revising, Rollins, and the Lego Movie?

[I began this post at the end of the 2012-2013 school year and abandoned it until January 2014.  In the energy building up to edcampHOME I shlepped an ending together as a result of some friendly EDUencouragement from  Jo-Ann Fox and Linda … Continue reading

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Searching for the perfect… I can’t tell you how many times I have had a perfectly fine lesson in front of me and and looked at it and thought, “This could be better?” or “It needs something else?” or “How … Continue reading

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Furniture — Fugazi

“How many times have you felt like a bookcase sitting in a living room gathering dust full of thoughts already written? (how ’bout now?)” — Fugazi Okay, so this is my first blog post.  I’m not too sure how this … Continue reading

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